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Page 58 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 YEARS PROGRESS OF We Proud are To ) Participate AUTO REPAIR DON 1952 1963 Native son of Highland Park . , . student at Franklin High and finally in business for himself. That is the story of genial Donald R. Trerise. During the 11 years that Don has been in the auto repair business he has enjoyed a year by year increase of customers . . . one satisfied car owner telling another that the place to go for satisfactory repair . . . and at fair and square prices, is Don’s. Here is a complete automotive center, including air conditioning on cars (with a single exception . . . body work). If you are not already one of Don's customers . . . he cordially invites you to drop in and get acquainted. Don Trerise adds his name to the roster of successful business men now saluting “their town” on its 75rh Birthday. 5058 York Blvd.
Page 59 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
'i a:-:: g jPjT I i** , | I I t mm /r^~ mtm JIMMIE SHARP, age 6, who now has a successful plumbing business in San Francisco. SHOP NO 2 Same location 1200 N. Ave. 54, Los Angeles, California y;.-X&amp; *} mmmm ' ' VV M &gt;v,7~ — " ■ i—l •"'" r ® i &gt; : :■ l , ■ SHOP NO 3 Same location—Built in 1947—first modern structure in Highland Park receiving National publicity at the Philadelphia Notional Plumbing Convention in 1948. 9 HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years OF PROGRESS m We are Proud To Participate DIXIE Plumbing Shop 1919-1963 ★ 44 YEARS SERVING HIGHLAND PARK! ★ “Our Decision to build our new Shop No. 3 in the same location—was due to the fact we liked HIGHLAND PARK AND ITS PEOPLE.” MR. &amp; MRS. J. SHARP “There is nothing wiser, nothing more devoted than the aging dog. All his life he has given us pleasure, served us, worshipped us, telling us all the while with his eyes and his wagging tail what truly grand people we are even when we aren...
Casa de Adobe Like an oasis in swirl of traffic [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Casa de Adobe Like an oasis in swirl of traffic By WILFRID DELLQUEST Near the south end of Sycamore Grove Park, overlooking North Figueroa St., Southwest Museum's Casa de Adobe recreates California’s leisurely hacienda days. Like an oasis in the swirl of moving traffic, this unique replica of a Spanish colonial ranchhouse of 1800 beckons the visitor to glimpse an authentic setting of the carefree life of pastoral California. THEY LIVE GRACIOUSLY Take an afternoon off some weekend and visit Casa de „ Adobe. It is balm for the harrassed spirit. For a welcome hour or two the tensions of modern living fall away. The old Spanish rancheros, princes of generous hospitality, mastered a secret seldom known in our hectic age of atoms and automation. They knew how to live graciously. They nurtured each passing hour until yesterday, today and tomorrow blended into a happy song of simple tranquility. Largely through the efforts of Henry O’Melveny, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Miner, John G. Mott and He...
LUSITANIA DISASTER . . . (Re-print from May 15, 1915 HP Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
LUSITANIA DISASTER . . . (Re-print from May 15, 1915 HP Herald) From latest cablegram reports to relatives here, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell-Johnston of San Rafael Heights are among the passengers who lost their lives on the Lusitania. They have resided for some time In this locality and often made trips to England to visit relatives. This trip was for pleasure as well as business and their tragic end is greatly mourned by their many acquaintances here. He was one of the largest land owners in Los Angeles and has a beautiful home here. They had no children.
Page 60 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
~ HIGHLAND PARK w DIAMOND JUBILII 75 years) 6f progress We are Prom r To Participate SORRENTO PIZZERIA 1953-1963 Michael Nicassio, a resident of Highland Park for many, many years made a decision some 10 years ago ... to put his baking and cooking ability in action at his very own place. The result* Sorrento Pizzeria. The title of the attractive place at 5607 North Figueroa, tells the story of the tasty and authentic food offered there. Pizza, made in the old world fashion is not too easy to find . . . even in LA. But when a real pizza-lover finds a place that can bake it to perfection ... he makes that place his eating headquarters. That has been the story of SorrentoPizza ... making an excellent product. 5607 NORTH FIGUEROA
On Sf. Paf's Day First HP Community Sing held in 1947 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
On Sf. Paf's Day First HP Community Sing held in 1947 It was a Saint Patrick’s Day evening in 1947 when the residents of Highland Park turned out for a song-fest that was to set the pattern for a musical experience that soon swept the entire city. Long determined that music was one of the key ingredients in a rich community life, the Bureau of Music staged its first Los Angeles community sing in Highland Park on that night. It picked a good locale for the premiere. It was soon apparent that these Highlanders loved to sing and would turn out by the hundreds to “sing along” with the oldies but goodies. The Community Sing, then meeting in the auditorium of Luther Burbank Junior High, packed them in and kept them singing. The Sing was the hub of all hub-bub on a Monday night. During the day trucks equipped with loud speakers reminded the musical minded to show up for the Sing-Down. And, show up they did. It seemed an appropriate place for a town hall atmosphere where public announcement...
Page 61 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Since 1922 Pringle's has made Highland Park a beautiful place to live As we enter oor 41st year, Pringle's takes this Diamond Jubilee occasion to thank Highland Park for its steadily increasing patronage. 41 years ago, Pringle’s committed itself to provide Highland Pork with the finest paint coatings at the most reasonable' cost. The good people of our community have responded whole-heartedly; and that mokes us proud to hove contributed so much to the beauty and charm of our community's way of life. 'P’tittyic&amp; J ! ! . •!! : I ii m 61 ( 4 rll ;; ui •I / 111 -T. d VV ■ &gt; v." 3 Our 40th Year 5820 N. Figueroa CL. 5-6131
Page 61 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK w DIAMOND JUBILKE 75 years PROGRESS OF We are Proud To Participate TELEVISION CENTRAL 1951-1963 imV &gt; Back in 1956 and Still our Present Locatior after 7 years! ★ Below shows our 1963 version Virgil Gaither says: “We haven’t been here 75 years BUT we are continually growing” 'ffltVlSfW x? «* “We selected the area because we anticipated the growth and the advantages of a CENTRAL LOCATION . . . and we hove been most satisfied with our selection during the past 12 years . . . appreciative of our loyal patronage . . . satisfied customers referring their friends and neighbors to TELEVISION CENTRAL. Two other factors, contributing to our growth: 1. Offering only the greatest names in TV: 2. “Home of Blue Ribbon Service” SERVICE backed by factory trained technicians of unquestioned integrity adding up to complete CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.” WE SALUTE HIGHLAND PARK ON ITS 75TH BIRTHDAY . . . MAY YOUR FUTURE GROWTH EQUAL YOUR PRIDE IN YOUR GLORIOUS PAST! TELEVISION CENTR...
PASADENA FREEWAY Stormy battle marked its arrival [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
PASADENA FREEWAY Stormy battle marked its arrival Occupants of the thousands of cars that daily go whizzing by on the Pasadena Freeway give little thought to the day when Mother Nature “owned” the gorge of wild flowers and cottonwoods that the concrete and the blacktop covers today. And even less thought is manifested over the hot debates and bickering between Highland Park residents, Pasadena businessmen and Los Angeles politicians over the problems of where the parkway should have been located, and why. It* was back in 1895 that T. D. Allen of Pasadena made the first survey for a highway in the Arroyo. In the early 1900’s the first vehicle traffic plan, a bicycle speedway between Pasadena and Los Angeles, was sponsored by Horace Dobbins. It was partly constructed but never fully completed. MODERN LIFE Later when the automobile ceased to be a curiosity and became an integral part of modern life there was much talk and plans, for a direct highway in the Arroyo Seco by citizens of Lo...
Page 62 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years PROGRESS os We are To Participate ! 3 STORES SAM BUA 1949 1963 The men of many, many facets . . . dynamo . . . Sam Boa. Civic leader, Optimist, owner of 3 store* on York Boulevard. Back in 1949 Boa bought the S * M Variety and in 1955 added Save-More and finaiiy, this year S 4 M Toddler's Shop. AH this besides being one of the fop men on Progressive Wholesale. Sam is a busy man, indeed. (Hi* action on the Diamond Jubilee rate* him in the Carnival Spieler ranks . . . No. 1.) Boa is an ardent worker for the York Bou(evard group . . . specially on the off-street parking project. AH this . . , and merchandising, too, in all 3 stores where he offers a variety of timely item* at price* unchallenged! S &amp; M Variety, 5049 York Boulevard Toddler Shop (right next door) Save-More, 5638 York Boulevard
Page 62 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
~ HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 yearsL OF PROGRESS);) We are Proud To Participate LOVELACE BEAUTY SALON 1942-1963 21 years in the beauty business! . . . which makes us one of the oldest salons in Highland Park. Located on the corner of Meridian and Figueroa, the name Lovelace has virtually become a landmark. Yes, Nellie Lovelace has served generations of patrons in all phases of the beauty profession. Nellie Lovelace Is justly proud of her long years in the beauty field . . . attesting to her professional ability. Lovelace beauty salon is now in the planning stage calling for a complete remodeling. 6500 North Figueroa CL. 5-5888
N-H campaigns for freeway phones [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
N-H campaigns for freeway phones Highland Park News-Herald campaigned for years during the 'sos for emergency freeway phones on the Pasadena Freeway, with Assemblyman Bud Collier taking the fight to the State Legislature. Although no phones' have been installed on the Pasadena Freeway to date, the State did recently install emergency call boxes on a trial basis on several other freeways. ARROYO SECO, 1935—1f you look close, you'll see a stream of water at the left coursing its way through the Arroyo Seco in this 1935 photo, near Pasadena Ave. bridge looking north. PASADENA FREEWAY—Freeway now rims Arroyo flood control channel at same location os photo at top. There were many protests over building of freeway back in ’3os. (Courtesy Division of Highways)
Highlands full of kids [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Highlands full of kids By Laura Steele Highland Park was full of kids in the 20’s. Franklin had 2700 students enrolled one year, I believe, compared with about 1400 today. Each street had its “gang,” composed of both girls and boys. They played baseball in the vacant lots, and robbers and cops in neighbors’ rose gardens and summer houses, with no complaints from adults. They skated in big groups up and down North Figueroa (then Annandale) and York Boulevard, and boys pumped bicycles for miles with their lunch tied on the handlebars. Stories about pirates jumping ship at San Pedro and lugging their loot to bury at the Eagle Rock and stories of an early Spanish bandit who held up travelers near the Eagle Rock, were known by every kid. Made-up games revolved around them.
Page 63 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
ERNEST E. DEBS SUPERVISOR 3rd DISTRICT lOS ANGELES COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS r | •&gt; ■ MY BEST WISHES to Highland Park on its 75 th ANNIVERSARY ERNEST E. DEBS COUNTY SUPERVISOR 3rd District 75 ysars progress OF in Supreme Dairy Farms 1928-1963 1923, John Davidson pulled his Model T truck from his newly formed dairy located behind the bank at Figueroa and York. He delivered 100 gallons of milk that week. Today, Supreme Dairy Farms, still under the ownership of John Davidson, delivers over 30,000 gallons a week to homes, schools, institutions and to its own chain of DriveIn Dairy Stores. YOUR NEAREST LOCATION 6171 N. FIGUEROA Supr«tm DRIVE-IN DAIRIES. (CORNER O? MERIDIAN)